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Liverpool's John Lennon International Airport

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Liverpool John Lennon airport is located approximately 5 miles from the city centre of Liverpool just off the M53 junction 8, the airport is easily accessible and well sign posted from the access roads.

Public transport to and from the airport is reliable and frequent with a choice of trains, buses, taxis and car hire. The airport offers a range of valet, short and long stay parking. When you enter Liverpool airport you can find the check-in, ticket sales and reservation desks in the centre of the main concourse. The terminal has many shops including duty free products they include: clothing, Fashion accessories, jewellery, health and beauty, electronics, games and toys, liquor, tobacco, books and papers and those forgotten last minute items.

The terminal also offers other facilities such as currency exchange, cash machines, tourist information, conference services & executive lounges. Liverpool John Lennon airport facilities are easily accessible either by escalator, stairs or lift, passengers with special needs are well catered for, they include toilets on all floors accessible by the lift next to the information desk and in the departure and arrival areas, you can also get access to a low-level telephone which is located on the main concourse.

About Liverpool

Based in the heart of North-West England, The city centre is awash with magnificent buildings and splendid architecture. Liverpool remains a major regional shopping area with a wide choice of cafés, bars, pubs and clubs. Liverpool has three universities (University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University and Liverpool Hope University) Liverpool is also a serious sporting city.

Liverpool and Everton football clubs are renowned the world over. Liverpool's suburbs are green and pleasant with award winning parks and tree-lined streets.

Must See in Liverpool

If you like football then visit the Liverpool museum the complete story of Liverpool football club.

Albert Dock is situated on Liverpool's famous waterfront adjacent to the Pier Head. A restored Victorian dock and warehouses that today include Tate Gallery, The Beatles Story, Maritime Museum, hotels, shops, bars and restaurants. Most of the walkways and attractions are under cover and there is no admission charge to the Albert Dock itself, which is the largest group of Grade 1 listed buildings in Britain.

If you like the Beatles then jump aboard the magical mystery tour a Two-hour bus trip that shows you The Beatles' birthplaces, schools and former homes, plus landmarks such as Penny Lane and Strawberry Field.

Aintree Racecourse is home of the famous Steeplechase, the Grand National.

Williamson Tunnels, take a guided tour through a network of tunnels and view exhibitions which depict the life and times of one of Liverpool's most eccentric characters.

Visit the Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King.

Events in Liverpool

Annual Mersey River Festival brings a host of sights, sounds and water-born activity to the River.

British Musical Fireworks Championships held each September, This is one of the most spectacular events in the country.

Welsh National Opera Autumn/Winter Tour 6-10 December (Annually).